LITTLE ROCK — Greenway Equipment Inc. is kicking off 2022 by combating food insecurity for children in the communities it serves through its fourth annual, one-of-a-kind fundraiser where they will give away two John Deere Gator utility vehicles that were previously used by country music star, Jason Aldean. All funds raised will be donated to three local food banks: Arkansas Foodbank in Little Rock, Food Bank of Northeast Arkansas in Jonesboro, and the Southeast Missouri Food Bank in Sikeston, Missouri.
Greenway is donating a John Deere XUV835M Cab Gator and a John Deere XUV825M S4 Gator, previously used by Jason Aldean on his property near Nashville, TN, to raise funds for Backpack Programs at three local food banks. These programs provide food for a combined total of more than 4,600 children every weekend during the school year. According to FeedingAmerica.org, one in four children in Arkansas and one in seven children in Missouri struggle with hunger.
“Agriculture and food production is such a large part of what we do in this area, so it’s hard to imagine anyone– much less a child– going hungry,” said Marshall Stewart, Greenway Inc. CEO. “Greenway has been a long-time supporter of the Backpack Programs and food banks in the communities we serve and this giveaway enables us to make an even greater impact.”
Each Gator features a plaque with Aldean’s autograph. Learn more and register for a chance to win now at GoGreenway.com, text keyword “gobackpack” to 44-321, or visit your local Greenway location. A $10 donation per ticket is requested. No purchase is necessary to participate.
The winner will be announced on March 11, 2022.
About Greenway Equipment, Inc.
Greenway Equipment, Inc. has been recognized as an innovative and trusted John Deere equipment dealer focused on providing their customers with quality equipment and exceptional service.
Greenway provides an energized environment in which employees have pride in their work, opportunities for career development, and a focus on family. Greenway Equipment continues to give back and reinvest in the 32 communities in which they have locations. For more information, visit GoGreenway.com.